VIDEO: See How Lewis Miller’s ‘Flower Flashes’ Come to Life
The floral designer's signature arrangements began popping up on the street's of New York in 2016
From a trash can overflowing with sherbet-colored peonies, tiger lilies, tulips, and sweet peas to a cape of blue blossoms cascading over Wall Street sculpture Fearless Girl, Lewis Miller‘s spontaneous floral arrangements, which he calls “Flower Flashes,” began popping up in New York (and subsequently Instagram) in October 2016. More than two years later, the floral designer, who is one of Galerie’s Creative Minds for 2019, was appointed creative director of online flower delivery service UrbanStems. He’s also been called on by Meghan Markle to lead a tutorial on flower arranging at her star-studded bridal shower. Clearly, he’s beloved. Watch our video to see how Miller creates one of his delighting Flower Flashes.